• Terri Laird

    Wood 'Monkey gathering Peaches' Tonkotsu (Tobacco Box), Ojime and Netsuke - Ivory and Cowhorn Inlays - Signed Mitsukuni - Meiji Period (Late 19th Century)

  • Blue Ākāśha

    A Wood Tonkotsu [Tobacco Box] Signed Mitsukuni, Meiji Period (late 19th century) Inlaid in(( ivory and cowhorn)) and depicting monkeys gathering peaches, en suite netsuke carved as monkey and young and an >>>ojime <<

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